Sound copyright?

Youtube: “How copyright extension in sound recordings actually works“,

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Informative cartoon by the Open Rights Group on the music industry efforts to mislead politicians through massive lobbying and ignoring ALL evidence (incidentally presented at the European Parliament on 27th January). The proposed term extension is paid for by the european consumers  and, tragically, with virtually no benefit for the performers or cultural production.

You may sign a petition and find out more at www.soundcopyright.eu.

2 thoughts on “Sound copyright?”

  1. These copyright issues make for a very interesting thing to tackle, but at the same time, there have been a growing number of copyright legal problems these days. Good luck with the petition!

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